Ginger: Ruby, do you believe in ghosts?
Ruby: I’m not going on a ghost tour with you, Ginger.
Ginger: I’m just asking if you believe in ghosts.
Ruby: There are no ghosts in my home, in my car, or in my office.
Ginger: I’m not asking you where ghosts are. I’m asking you if you believe in ghosts.
Ruby: Ginger, I’m going to be frank with you…
Ginger: Whoa, what?
Ruby: …I’m sorry, where did I lose you?
Ginger: Who is Frank?
Ginger: You said you’re going to be Frank with me. I’m just asking who Frank is.
Ruby: That’s a really old, really bad, joke.
Ginger: You started it.
Ruby: Actually? Technically, you started it.
Ruby: Because you weren’t just asking who Frank is. Moments ago, you were just asking if I believe in ghosts. You changed your one question. Now you have to choose which one you want answered.
Ruby: Because you cannot “just ask” two questions if you don’t specify that you have two questions in the first place.
Ginger: Since when?
Ruby: Since you involved Frank.
Ginger: But YOU involved Frank!
Ruby: No, I involved being frank, which is totally different.
Ginger: FINE. If you want to be Frank with me, I will be Curt with you.
Ginger: Yes, Frank?
Ruby: Did you have a question?
Ginger: Well, I was going to ask if you believe in ghosts.
Ruby: As Frank, I will say I do not. Because, as Frank, I believe in cold, hard facts and mustaches.
Ruby: It’s hard to be Frank around you.
Ginger: I see.
Ruby: Why did you bring up ghosts in the first place?
Ginger: Can I be Frank?
Ruby: Do I have to be Curt?
Ginger: Up to you.
Ruby: I’m going to reserve the right to be Curt.
Ginger: That sounds fair.
Ruby: Why were you asking if I believe in ghosts?
Ginger: I wanted to know if it would work as a solid excuse to say a ghost ate your last strawberry shortcake.
Ruby: …yeah, I’m going to be Curt now.
Ginger: Is that a no, you don’t believe in ghosts?